At last—my complete Travel Photography Portfolio

Just a quick post to point out a new page on this site. If you look above this post, you will see a menu. On the far right side is a new item that says, My Photographic Portfolio. If you click it, you will find a page with my 23 (I know, it’s a stupid number, but I just could not whittle them down any further) favorite photos.

You will also find links to ALL my other travel photos. I have divided my best photos into three pages; photos I have taken in the United States, photos I have taken in Europe and photos I have taken in the rest of the world. Inside those pages, you will find galleries by country, state or region. This is a project I have had on my to-do list for more than a year. When I tell people here in Trilogy that I am a travel photographer, they ask me where they can find my photos. Up until today, I didn’t have one place where they all are. Now I do. Enjoy.

And of course, this comes with the usual reminder: Don’t forget, if you click the first shot of any of the galleries, you can then scroll through with your arrow keys or by swiping…and PLEASE…don’t look at my photography on a phone. Please…

The traveler sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see. — Gilbert K. Chesterton.

The travel photographer sees it all and brings it home.  — Jim Bellomo

4 thoughts on “At last—my complete Travel Photography Portfolio

  1. Corky

    I love, love, love Viking’s beds! (And I have a bad shoulder, a shoulder replacement, the back from hell & can’t sleep on my left hip.). Sorry you had a rotten experience on HAL.
    We’re going to Antarctica in December on Viking’s Polaris. Are you sure you don’t want to join us?

    1. Hi there! So good to hear from you. I Hope you and Larry are doing well. We are just too used to our Tempurpedic—molds to our bodies. We are doing well. Kathleen lost her mom in December and her brother in January. She is the executor of the will, and we have been going back and forth to California.

      Love to join you in Antarctica but we are finally going to do our Viking River Christmas Market cruise that we booked for 2020. Obvioulsy canceled and then canceled again in 2021 when Omicron hit. They have had our money since 2018 so we have to do it this time. What do you have after that? We are doing London to Bergen (14 nights) next June on Mars. Want to come?

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